New Jobs at the St. James Infirmary!

The St. James Infirmary is seeking applicants to two part time positions. Applicants may apply to both positions if seeking full-time employment. Please read the instructions carefully and contact programs@stjamesinfirmary.org for further questions.

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

BAD DATE LIST COORDINATOR

 The St. James Infirmary is a peer-based occupational health & safety clinic for current and former sex workers and their partners. We are hiring a Bad Date List Coordinator who has real life experience and familiarity with sex worker communities and program/project management experience. The Bad Date List Coordinator is under the direct supervision of the Programs Director but is responsive to the team. This position is .5 FTE, includes sick, holiday and vacation pay. No other benefits are provided.

To apply, please follow the directions below.

Applicants must submit ALL required documents or you will NOT be considered.

 DUE DATE: MAY 7th, 2015

Submit a cover letter that includes your experience working either within the Sex Industry or working with the sex worker community. In addition you must submit a job application and CV or Resume. Download the Application from our website.

Mail CV/Resume and volunteer application to: Attention Executive Director, St. James Infirmary 1372 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94103,

or

FAX: 415.554.8444.

or

email to programs@stjamesinfirmary.org

 

JOB DESCRIPTION

BAD DATE LIST COORDINATOR

(20 hours per week @ $18.50 per hour)

Supervisor: Programs Director

Tentative Start Date: May 25th 2015

The “Bad Date List” is a community based violence prevention & intervention tool utilized by and for the sex worker community to identify perpetrators of violence or harm and warn/notify the community so that future violence/harm can be prevented. Models of the “Bad Date List” exist across the world, and have demonstrated to be an effective way of preventing harm among communities often targeted for such. The St. James Infirmary seeks to update and redevelop our Bad Date List in two formats- a paper-based reporting system accessible to people without access to technology, and a first of its kind web or text based application so that persons with the technology to utilize it may be able to receive real-time alerts of potential violence or harm. The List will be available in multiple languages and will also include a mechanism for reporting bad encounters with Law Enforcement. The Bad Date List app will be developed with broad community input, and a key responsibility of this position will be to seek and gather input from a diverse community of sex workers.

Program Responsibilities:

  • Organize and convene community input sessions and focus groups to determine the nature, functions, and features of the Bad Date List so as to meet the needs of a broad spectrum of sex workers.
  • Organize and convene development team including tech support, legal experts, and translators to ensure the list and the application are safe, accessible and functional for a broad spectrum of sex workers.
  • Work with CBOs and community partners to make Bad Date Reports available in as many appropriate venues as possible. Coordinate the retrieval/pick up of all new reports from CBOs and community partners.
  • Train CBOs and community partners on the use and purpose of the List so that they may assist persons who wish to make a report in doing so.
  • Once launched, maintain and update Bad Date List to reflect all new and current reports.
  • Work with Outreach Coordinator to distribute Bad Date List to sex workers during street & venue based outreach shifts.

 General Responsibilities:

  • Evaluation and development of survey tools, gathering of statistics, developing and printing outreach reports and providing programmatic support during monitoring periods.
  • Co-coordinates and/or participates in public speaking engagements and conferences, as available.
  • Completes/maintains required training programs, and attends weekly Coordinators meetings, monthly agency support meetings and other required agency trainings.
  • Attends supervision sessions as needed or requested.
  • Answer the door and provide harm reduction supplies to participants during appropriate hours.
  • Provides administrative assistance when necessary-answers phone and leave messages for appropriate staff during business hours.
  • Mails and/or drops off fliers, resource guides, volunteer applications, etc. to individuals and/or agencies that make requests during program activities.

Required Skills and Qualifications:

  • Experience in or knowledge of the sex industry and occupational health and safety issues affecting Sex Workers
  • General office and administrative experience
  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • Flexibility with schedule and activities
  • Organized and able to handle a multi task environment
  • Microsoft Word, Excel, Access and other computer skills are desirable
  • Experience working with people who use substances, including injection drugs
  • Experience working with people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS
  • Cultural humility with people of different races, ethnicities, genders, sexualities and abilities
  • Willingness and proven ability to work cooperatively with other colleagues and community members
  • Knowledge of/proficiency in mobile technologies

 Desired Skills and Qualifications:

  • Experience in program development, community organizing & facilitation
  • Experience in violence prevention/intervention, trauma & de-escalation
  • Bilingual/multilingual language proficiencies in English, Spanish, Cantonese, Mandarin, Thai desired
  • Counseling & Outreach experience
  • Experience supervising & managing a team of staff or volunteers

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JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT

St James Infirmary is a peer-based occupational health and safety clinic for current and former sex workers and their partners. We are hiring an Executive Assistant who has real life experience and familiarity with Sex Worker communities and administrative experience. Accounting experience is desired.

 The Executive Assistant is under the direct supervision of the Executive Director but is responsive to the team. The Executive Assistant works collaboratively with the clinic leadership in areas of Operations, Administration, Personnel and Accounting. This position will also support the fundraising and development efforts of the ED when necessary.

This position is .4 FTE, includes sick, holiday and vacation pay. No other benefits are provided.

To apply, please follow the directions below.

Applicants must submit ALL required documents or you will NOT be considered.

DUE DATE: May 8th or until filled.

Submit a cover letter that includes your experience working either within the Sex Industry or working with the sex worker community. In addition you must submit a job application and CV or Resume. Download the Application from our website.

Mail CV/Resume and volunteer application to: Attention Executive Director, St. James Infirmary 1372 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94103,

or

FAX: 415.554.8444.

or 

email to programs@stjamesinfirmary.org

JOB DESCRIPTION

EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT

(15-20 hours per week @$17.50)

Tentative Start Date: May 22nd 2015

Human Resources Coordination Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Work with Programs Director & Program Coordinators to organize and maintain staff files, contact list, google groups and required at hire paperwork.
  • Work with coordinators to organize and maintain submitted volunteer paperwork and assist with volunteer orientation and placement activities.
  • Work with Registration Coordinator to organize and maintain all data related to community resource listings and materials.
  • Work with Programs Director to maintain monthly schedules for clinic-based activities, and notify active staff and Program Coordinators of schedules at least one week before the beginning of each month.
  • Assist Directors in preparing and submitting timesheets for payroll and filing timesheets after payroll on the 10th & 25th of every month.
  • Work with CFO/accountant to ensure that staff payroll systems are current including assisting staff in establishing Intuit accounts.
  • Liaison to San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH) and community partners, as needed or requested.

 Administrative & Accounting Assistance Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assist with development and implementation of office and organizational protocols.
  • Assist with developing administrative and participant tracking forms.
  • Assist with development and fundraising activities as needed (posting event notices, organizing merchandise sales and supplies, correspondence, etc.).
  • Work with the Directors and Program Coordinators to create databases and ensure effective evaluation activities.
  • Assist with staff training and coordination (administrative/data entry projects only).
  • Attend staff meetings, supervision sessions, planning meetings, and agency support meetings as scheduled.
  • Take minutes of staff meetings and/or trainings and distribute via e-mail as well as printed version in Meeting Minutes Binder.
  • Order and organize office supplies and maintain all invoices.
  • Log all donations and bank deposits into appropriate databases.
  • Oversee online merchandise store; fulfill and mail all merch orders and maintain inventory of merch
  • Maintain financial and in-kind donor correspondence with Thank You Cards and Tax Info.
  • Assist Executive Director with Tax Letters.
  • Maintain active City and State Tax Documents. Fax all documents to CFO/accountant before filing.
  • Assist Executive Director in preparing and submitting all Government Contract Invoicing on a monthly basis
  • Work with Executive Director and tech support to oversee systems updates and upgrades including network, database, and individual computers.
  • Work with Coordinators to create flyers and promotional materials for upcoming clinic activities.

 General Office Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Answer phones during business hours.
  • Check phone messages and put all messages into appropriate staff in-boxes; Call back individuals who request general information (SJI hours, services, location, etc.). Refer all other questions to appropriate staff (medical care, counseling, development, media, etc.).
  • Check incoming mail and put into appropriate staff in-boxes. Open all general mail and put into appropriate boxes.
  • Mail/fax and/or drop off fliers, resource guides, volunteer applications, etc. to individuals and/or agencies that make request via mail or phone.
  • Stock forms and supplies in exam rooms, and file all chart materials in the “to be filed” bin.
  • Work with Registration Coordinator to ensure that medical records and personnel files are stocked and prepared for use
  • Answer the door and provide harm reduction supplies to participants during appropriate hours.

Skills and Qualifications:

  • General office and administrative experience
  • Computer literacy in multiple operating systems (both Mac & PC)
  • Competency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, File Maker Pro & Photoshop desired
  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • Flexibility with schedule and activities
  • Organized and able to handle a multi task environment
  • Experience in or knowledge of the sex industry and occupational health and safety issues affecting Sex Workers
  • Experience working with people who use substances, including injection drugs
  • Experience working with people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS
  • Cultural humility with people of different races, ethnicities, genders, sexualities and abilities
  • Willingness and proven ability to work cooperatively with other colleagues and community members
  • Ability to remain calm during times of technological malfunction, upheaval and distress